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attack. the latest in a few minutes. >>> we huddle around the water cooler to watch first lady michelle obama on the dr. oz show. we'll be right back. >>> we told you at the top of the show, u.s. diplomatic sights in egypt and libya were targets of protest with at least one american staff member dead in benghazi. the worst attack on the u.s. embassy came september 17, 2008 when al qaeda militants fired on the american embassy. 17 people killed in those strikes including one american civili civilian. 25 people eventually arrested in connection with the attack. >>> now for the real news. joe biden's visit to a firehouse yesterday after giving an emotional speech at a memorial service for flight 93. vice president biden lightened the mood by asking the shanksville volunteer firefighters to come to the white house for a round of beers. >> come to the white house. give him your card. where's your card. he's going to call you. this is no [ bleep ]. okay. i didn't know you guys were here. you come to the white house, i will buy you a beer. >> if you couldn't hear that, he said come to the whit
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are you better off. tonight is basically about michele obama if i have it right. stuart: the bank's strength of the regular politicians, the democrats is week tonight. that is not good. >> no it isn't and those are the facts. democrats have michele, bill and barack. stuart: what do you think michele obama will say. >> she will talk about her husband's compassion and concern for people and the middle-class. far better liked than he is and she will try to transfer some of her popularity into empathy for a president who lost the mantle of hope and change. stuart: $16 trillion crossing the mark? >> it underscore is the huge issues we face. bill clinton will speak to that wednesday night i suspect. stuart: the democrats are going into this on the defense. as they start their conference they are on the defense. >> they are on the defense but to win the election they have got to keep mitt romney and the republicans on their back and so far there is a good chance they can do that. charles: i find it ironic that we can't half ago everyone senate romney has to be human and shows he is a fan
sent. all right. first lady michele obama and their youngest mayor in america speaking tonight. you will not want to miss the second, and you don't have to. once tonight starting at 8:00 p.m. right here on the fox business network. meanwhile, the celebrity turnout at this year's democratic national convention not expected to be a star-studded event. a big question on lots of people's minds tonight, where is oprah this time around? here to weigh in, american country music singer and songwriter. get to see you. as always. >> hello. good to see you. gerri: very good to see you. what do you make of the big star here. the only one with a speaking role. >> well, not going to reflexively dismiss her out of hand. you know. kneele was -- i think he was of little tongue-in-cheek and he said about her being an economic expert. i don't know what she's going to say. i think she will probably have learned to apart. at think she will probably follow the script. it's not like president reagan said so many years ago. liberals now a lot. is just what they know is wrong. so they believe that if ke
, but not often. even michele obama chows down on the cheeseburger every now and then. everything in moderation.
and french fries has a lot of calories. i would still go there, but not often. even michele obama chows down on the cheeseburger every now and then.
today. michelle obama is really the headliner speaker tonight. julian castro will be the keynote speaker tonight. let me ask you governor the key question that everyone seems to be talking about the last few days. are we better off than we were four years ago? >> i can only speak for north carolina and what's happened here. a little more than four years ago we were in charlotte watching wachovia collapse, a major financial institution in america. we saw tens of thousands of jobs lost because of the worst recession since the great depression. right now granted there are a lot of people in my state unemployed and i understand how hard it is for those families, but at the end of the day, after 29 months of consecutive job growth, we appear to be coming out and that puts us in a better place philosophically so we're on our way out and i think all of us in america have to remain optimistic and focused on job creation. connell: if things are getting better and if they are getting better in your state which the president won last time around and it's gone to be very close it looks -- and it's g
complaints are growing. does michelle obama's initiative give students enough to eat at school? "newsroom" starts now. >>> good morning. thank you so much for being with us. i'm carol costello. we begin this hour with president obama about to face two very different audiences. just minutes from now the president will address the united nations general assembly, but it's not just world leaders who will be listening to his speech about foreign policy. american voters may also tune in to his comments amid a spike in international hot spots. the latest from iran, they have reportedly test fired anti-ship missiles in the waters off its southern coast. it's possibly troubling for several reasons. according to an iranian news agency, the drill was close to u.s. led naval exercises in the persian gulf. the test comes amid spiking tensions with israel and mutual threats of military action, and it comes on a day when both presidenobama and the republican nominee, mitt romney, deliver key speeches on u.s. foreign policy. as i said, mr. obama is about to speak momentarily. mr. romney spoke in the las
. that begins at 6:40 p.m. eastern. live at 7:30 p.m., lula first lady michelle obama speaking at the congressional black caucus foundation's annual phoenix award dinner here in washington. that is tomorrow on c-span. >> we've got to crack down on china when they cheat. they manipulate their currency. [applause] he still patents and designs, have counterfeit goods i know they want to be responsible partner in the world of trade and commerce and they're going to have to understand they cannot take away jobs on an unfair basis. >> they made money investing in companies that operate from here to china. pioneers. now, you can't stand up to china when all you've done is send them our jobs. >> if you are trying to read a story about a couple, about their intimate lives than what happened during and after their relationship, the lincoln's offer limitless ability. where can abraham lincoln, one gets into that mesmerized doris goodwin is staring at the picture coming in now, looking at her beautiful work and you do get mesmerized by this thing about lincoln and you start wondering, why
lady michelle obama met this morning with members of the 2012 olympic and paralympic games. the athletes presented obamas with the u.s. flag. the u.s. won 104 medals in london, 46 of them gold. the paralympics which came immediately after attracted 2.7 million spectatorsÑi a recoi bob woodward will be our guest monday on washington çójournal, the washington potion editor written a book how the president and congress fail to pass a check program. mr.woodward will answer your questions about the book monday at 8:30 eastern live on c-span. >> we can keep investing in wind and solar and clean coal and farmers and scientist with biofuels. our construction workers with build homes and factories. put them back to work. >> i'm going to take advantage our oil, coal, our gas, our renewable. north america will be energy and independent.çó >> watch and engage with c-span as the presidential campaigns moves towards the october debates. energy policy is likely one of the topics in the first 90 minute debate. foreign the focus of the final debate the 22nd. also watch the vice preside
mitt romney needs to step up attacks on president obama. she said romney needs to be, quote, severely aggressive. >>> minnesota congresswoman shows michele bachmann's support in her re-election campaign and finds herself in a virtual dead heat, leading jim graves by two points, 38% to 46%. >>> the florida pizzeria owner who gave president obama that big bear hug said if asked, he would campaign for obama. he argues conservative protests have backfired. >>> rapper 50 sent has announced his endorsement in the race for the white house. despite supporting george w. bush in the past, he said he's going to vote for obama. >>> "saturday night live" announced jay farrell will take over from fred arm son in the key roll of impersonating the president. the show prepares for its season opener this weekend. that's your morning dish of scrambled politics. >>> and now here is your first look at how wall street will kick off the day. the dow closed at 13,333 after adding nine points yesterday. the s&p was up three and the nasdaq gained nine. taking a look overseas, the nikkei nudged up 35 points. in
a handwritten card. the card reads, "michelle and i wish you a great life together, barack obama." >> i totally bet they didn't register for that. >> can you imagine? >> what a great story zp. >> in iowa, the president and mitt romney keep dropping in. and it's hard to get caught in traffic in iowa. >> it's a really nice gesture, really, really is. >>> we want to check in with rob marciano, get a sense of how it's looking for the weather. >> it's getting cold. >> that time of year, get in the mood for it. a little frost on the pumpkins across upstate new york and parts of northern new england. temperatures in the 30s, and in some cases, in the 20s. saranac lake reporting a 27-degree temperature right now. so 55 in new york, comfortably cool. grab a light jacket. we have some frost and freeze advisories in effect for this morning and will likely be re-posted as we get toward the weekend, because we'll get a couple successive shots of cooler air. so no dramatic warm-up, back to indian summer just yet. looking at showers and thunderstorms, another little front cruising across the great lakes. and
and our personnel is protected. >> in the midst of all of this michele, as you well know, there is an election going on and governor romney says that the obama administration is not being tough enough. is he right? >> look, i think that in this specific instance of these demonstrations, and what has happened in libya, i think that the response of the obama administration has been appropriate. if we step back though and look at a broader frame of u.s. policy in the middle east and indeed u.s. foreign policy in the world, i think that there's an argument to be made that the united states has not taken the leadership role it really should, that there is very widespread disappointment in the middle east for example that the united states is not doing more regarding syria, that the united states hasn't done as much as people hoped to help the nations in democracies in tunisia, and libya and so there is a way in which what governor romney said is justified. >> thank you, michele dunne, from the carnegie endowment for peace. we appreciate your perspective. >>> when newsroom cont
, it is a little self selective in terms of what we look at. between obama and romney, and they are both in the two range. michele bachmann -- i do not know what it necessarily tells you, but it is sort of a fun thing to look at. it does provide you links to every single fact check that i or my colleagues have done for the candidates. >> excuse me. >> good morning. david, george mason university. i think we have seen in the campaign so far that both candidates are in the position of being challenged. flip-plopped positions. i have noticed so far that both governor romney and president obama, when challenged by a voter or a journalist, it is not to say, "well, the facts have changed at the facts are different. the facts i look at now are not the facts that existed when that was my belief." instead, there are levels of equivocation or bluff. i think one latino group challenged him on keeping the promise of immigration reform that he intended to make. right then and there, i was hoping the president would say, "well, the picture is different. let's look get it imperatively." instead, it was something
of the economy and our so-called president that is taking care of us and obviously he just wants michelle in there for another four years and keep her happy. any way, over here, the economy and looks like mr. obama is going to be re-elected and we are going to have to lower 20% on currency and that would adjust things immediately and of course will set the world on its fanny for a while but that's the realism of it. host: lower our currency 20%, what do you make of that? guest: i think the caller, there are two currency questions here. we have long alleged that china is manipulating its currency and the caller is talking about actions announced by the fed. i would not touch on that because i'm not an expert on. more quality people can speak to that. i will speak to the first point, china and the w.t.o. can have its cake and eat it, too. i think what the caller is talking about is something that president obama and mitt romney both agree on, republicans and democrats both agree, if china joined the w.t.o., it has not lived up to all the w.t.o. rules. that is something that has bipartisan c
that in this world you need to be engaged and he is engaged smartly. >> ok. next, i want to introduce michelle. she served as undersecretary of defense for policy from february 2009 to february of this year. prior to her confirmation, she helped lead president obama's transition team at the department of defense. in 2007, she co-founded the organization that doug just referred to. the non-partisan think tank, center for a new american security. republican states like virginia, notably, are using the intended sequesters up against their democratic opponents, even though the republicans were part of the deal. i want to ask you, how serious should we take this and is there anything democrats can do in response? >> i think we do have to be worried about the prospect of sequestration not only because it would impose additional cuts across the board, but to the mindless way in which the cuts would be imposed. it is across the board cuts. no opportunity to protect priorities. choose for your point to except. -- choose where you are going to accept. it would be devastated across the board. we do have to re
of government from a democracy to a conservative christian theocracy and that's why we need to have barack obama and joe biden reelected. because it's terrifying people like paul ryan and mitt romney and michele bachmann, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera. rig perry. these are scary, scary people who change our form of government into the conservative christian theocracy by blasting what to say as an atheist i want to say to that woman on the republican line, us atheists as was agnostics are amplified by christians much, much, much more than the church of latter day saints, the mormons are vilified by people like she said, bill clinton and other people. believe me, atheists are the last as well as gays, atheists are specially the last people this country still be vilified and put down and psychologically and physically tortured by right wing christians are in the bill, as an atheist are you enjoying coverage of the values voter summit? >> caller: i'm watching it very skeptically. when they talk about values, like i said, it's a very values they want to impose on the country by legislation. being a
?" our debt past 100.3% of gdp. you have obama saying "opa!" i love this drying because it turned out perfectly. this is the tea party. this little girl looks like sarah palin. she is saying "during get!" -- "drink it!" michele bock men had just won the iowa straw vote-vote- michele bachmann had just won iowa sraw vote. it says "what did i do last week and?" "led the honeymoon commence." it is fun to have this levy elephant. this is one thing that drives me nuts. bloomberg and the city council voted that he was right and they outlawed big drinks. you have bloomberg floating down as mary compensating "drop it, chubs!" this is when donald trump endorsed mitt romney. he is saying "you had me at i don't care about poor pepole." "we must consider deep cuts to the $70 billion green defense budget." "and it was working so well." "strike the solar panels." this primary season was one of the most interesting because they did not want mitt romney. did they want to rick santorum? really? "something like this could make a lesser fella question his inevitability." this was the front-runner, mitt.
-span radio, and c-span.org. next, president obama and secretary of state clinton speak about the u.s. consulate attack in libya. then the republican vice presidential candidate paul ryan and michele -and talk >> tomorrow on washington journal, james kitfield with that reaction to american deaths in the arab world. we'll get the latest information on the chicago teachers strike. the president of the american association of editorial cartoonists and another talk about the impact on journalism. this is what the 7:00 eastern on c-span. >> i think people will like to see how we are accomplishing views have shifted over the years. they want to see whether mitt romney in 1994 was campaigning against welfare reform or for abortion. people like to see how these politicians involved -- evoled. there is a gotcha element. this is incredibly interesting. ♪ >> i have tried to think why it is that he has changed so often. why he finds it difficult to come down on one side of an issue inside -- instead of putting on multiple size of an issue. >> does it help that there is the governing barack? >
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